Another week, another excellent batch of Kansas City Chiefs questions for the mailbag. Here we go:
A review of four hot issues from the Kansas City Chiefs' 24-7 win against the Oakland Raiders: Too much Charles, Part I: Running back Jamaal Charles supplied 128 of the Chiefs’ 216 yards and both of their offensive touchdowns.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jamaal Charles is not the NFL's biggest running back. Far from it, in fact. At 200 pounds, Charles is the smallest of the three halfbacks on his own team, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has a bruised quadriceps muscle after seeing his leg stepped on during Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
As recently as Saturday morning, Cyrus Gray was still sweating over whether he would make the Chiefs' regular-season roster. By this morning, he was frequently the featured back on passing downs at practice.
Not much intrigue left to the preseason for the Kansas City Chiefs. Just trying to stay healthy through Thursday night’s final exhibition game against the Green Bay Packers at Arrowhead Stadium.
With the draft less than two weeks away, here’s a look at the running back situation for each team in the division:Denver Broncos: They could add another body here, but the Broncos’ running back situation is serviceable and capable of developing into more if Ronnie Hillman takes a step forward in his second year.
Mid-week mail call:Nollskie from Oklahoma City wants to know what we should expect from Kansas City's sixth-round pick, running back Cyrus Gray.Bill Williamson: He is a long-term prospect.
With the San Diego Chargers having signed all but one of their 2012 draft choices, the Kansas City Chiefs finally got in on the action.The Chiefs just announced they signed four picks: fourth-round receiver Devon Wylie, sixth-round running back Cyrus Gray and two seventh-round picks -- defensive tackle Jerome Long and receiver Junior Hemingway.
The biggest offseason move in the AFC West in years was the Broncos’ signing of superstar quarterback Peyton Manning in March.It instantly changed the landscape of the AFC West and it likely will continue to do so for the next three years or so.
The Kansas City Chiefs continue to add depth on offense.A month after signing running back Peyton Hillis to a one-year deal to work with Jamaal Charles, who is coming off a torn ACL, the Chiefs added solid value at the position late in the draft.